One-Boat Network Basics

When the advanced engineers of Minn Kota® and Humminbird® team up, there’s no limit to where we can take you. We share a passion for fishing and a commitment to letting you enjoy your time on the water even more. That’s why we created the One-Boat Network: a commitment to make the most advanced fishing gear even better, by making it work together. We constantly look for ways that our products can seamlessly integrate and communicate – unlocking more features, capabilities and potential for anglers everywhere.

We’re never done innovating, integrating, and making your boat simpler and easier to control. The One-Boat Network will continue to evolve with more i-Pilot and i-Pilot Link enhancements, plus mobile apps for better control and easy software updates.

 

Communication & Connectivity

Our advanced engineering teams constantly look for ways that our products can seamlessly integrate and communicate, unlocking more features, capabilities and potential for anglers everywhere. Below are some examples

Minn Kota

Hit Spot-Lock and your Minn Kota trolling motor will keep you on any fishing spot. Save that Spot-Lock using the mapping on your Humminbird fish finder, and if you want to return, just select it. Your motor will automatically turn on and drive the boat for you, landing you back at your spot so you can hit the honey hole all day long.

Talon & Raptor

When you find a spot, there’s no time to lose. That’s why Talon and Raptor are controllable from anywhere. Use the i-Pilot or i-Pilot Link remote for your Minn Kota trolling motor or the interface on your Humminbird fish finder to control your anchor – no matter where you are.

Humminbird

We made it easier to get the clarity and detail of Humminbird MEGA Down Imaging® to your fish finder screen. New Minn Kota trolling motors with Built-In MEGA Down Imaging have a transducer housed right in the lower unit of the motor. No messy wires, more crystal clear images, and a better view of the water below that lets you find what you’re after.

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Networking

Bluetooth Connections and Limitations

Generally first paired, or last recently used paired will be forgotten from the network once maximum accessory allotment has been reached. Below is a list of how many Bluetooth devices of each category can be supported in an i-Pilot or i-Pilot link trolling motor system, Raptor or Talon.  You can also click here for the Minn Kota Networking Guides

i-Pilot Trolling Motor

i-Pilot Link Trolling Motor

Single Talon Shallow Water Anchor

Single Raptor Shallow Water Anchor

Dual Talon Shallow Water Anchors

Dual Raptor Shallow Water Anchors

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